Leonard Nimoy Filmography
Zombies of the Stratosphere (1952) - Starring as Narab
| Martian invaders join forces with the evil Dr. Harding, a traitorous electronic research scientist. They plan to use Harding's expertise to build a bomb and blow the Earth out of orbit. A serial of 12 episodes.|
- Narab is one of the Martians that is seen several times walking underwater to the storage area of their cave where he is seen using their communications device to contact their ship.
|Them! (1954) - Starring as an Air Force Sergeant|
| Several people in the New Mexico desert end up missing or dead and Ben Peterson teams up with F.B.I. agent Bob Graham to find out what's causing it. They find a strange print at one of the crime scenes so Doctor Harold Medford and his daughter Patricia arrive to find gigantic ants, whose mutations were caused by the first atomic bomb explosion nine years earlier. They manage to destroy the nest of ants, but not before two winged queen ants and a couple of drones have hatched and escaped the nest. Now it is a race against time to find the two queen ants before they can establish more nests and hatch more queens.|
|Sea Hunt (1958-1960) (TV) - Starring as Unknown in "The Shipwreck" and as Indio in "The Invader" and as Unknown in "Time Fuse" and as Jerry Wylie in "Nerve Gas" and as Johnny Bronson in "The Alcatraz Story" and as Unknown in "Dead Man's Cove"|
| Sea Hunt was the first television series that centered around underwater adventures. Creator Ivan Tors and star Lloyd Bridges brought skin diving to the public's attention and inspired a newfound interest in the sport.|
|Bonanza (1960) (TV) - Starring as Freddy in "The Ape"|
| Bonanza is about Ben Cartwright and his sons as they run and defend their ranch while helping the surrounding community.|
In this episode, Arnie Guthrie can't control his temper and he doesn't know his own strength. Trying to force his attentions on a saloon girl, he is reprimanded by Adam and Joe Cartwright, where he beats up both of them! Hoss Cartwright tries to befriend Arnie with unexpectedly tragic results.
- Freddy is a bartender.
|The Twilight Zone (1961) (TV) - Starring as Hansen in "A Quality of Mercy"|
The TV Series originally ran from 1959 to 1964. Rod Serling hosted a bizarre and always twisted half hour story about anything you could possibly imagine.
In this episode, A young gung-ho American Lieutenant in World War II orders his war-weary soldiers to make a near-suicidal attack on a group of sick and wounded Japanese soldiers holed up in a cave. Lt. Katell finds he has become a Japanese soldier three years earlier in the war as Lt. Yamuri in the Japanese army and is ordered to attack a group of American soldiers in the cave.
Gunsmoke (1961-1966) (TV) - Starring as John Walking Fox in "Treasure of John Walking Fox" (1966) and as Holt in "I Call Him Wonder" (1963) and as Arnie in "The Search" (1962) and as Elias Grice in "A Man a Day" (1961)
Based on the radio series of the same name, Gunsmoke was network television's first "adult" western. The series debuted in 1955; and ran for 20 years. James Arness starred as Matt Dillon, marshal of Dodge City, Kansas (the role was originally offered to John Wayne).
In I Call Him Wonder, Jud Sorrell has left a trail drive and has won big at poker. The losers, Docker, Holt and Keogh, beat him up and take the money. Jud meets a ten year old indian boy he calls Wonder. They get into trouble because of the Indian boy, and the boy is sent to an Indian camp. Jud rescues him, and they ride off into the sunset.
|The Untouchables (1962) (TV) - Starring as Packy - 3-17 in "Takeover"|
| A classic crime drama series about an elite group of law enforcement officers headed by the incorruptible Eliot Ness (Robert Stack) and their battles against organized crime and gang lords such as Al Capone. The series ran from 1959-63 on ABC and sparked great controversy in its day both for its violent content and its portrayal of Italian-Americans.|
|The Outer Limits (1964) (TV) - Starring as Judson Ellisin in the original "I, Robot" and as Konig in "Production and Decay of Strange Particles"|
| The outer Limits TV show started with the screen going black and then wavy lines appearing etc. Then you would hear the narrator start saying, "There is nothing wrong with your television set. Much like The Twilight Zone, it was more focused on hard science fiction than fantasy and was a full hour.|
In the I, Robot episode Adam Link is a robot accused of murder. Ultimately it turns out that the prosecution is not simply placing the robot on trial, but mankind itself as irresponsible and abusive of technology.
- Judson Ellisin is a brash reporter covering the story of Thurman Cutler.
In Production and Decay of Strange Particles, an accident in a nuclear research facility opens a dimensonal doorway and invading creatures attempt to create an explosion to widen the doorway, but a scientist discovers a way to reverse the damage and close it.
|The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (1964) (TV) - Starring as Vladeck in "The Project Strigas Affair"|
The TV Series originally ran from 1964-1968. It was about two agents of the United Network Command for Law Enforcement, who fight evil and have a never ending assortment of gadgets.
In this episode Napoleon Solo must find a way to bring down a diplomat who is trying to spark US/USSR tensions.
-William Shatner also guest starred in this episode.
|Combat! (1963-1965) (TV) - Starring as Private Baum in "The Raider"and as Neumann in "The Wounded Don't Cry"|
| This was a one-hour WWII drama series on television, that followed a frontline American infantry squad as they battled their way across Europe. With mud-splattered realism, the show offered character studies of men striving to maintain their own humanity in the midst of a world torn by war.|
In The Wounded Don't Cry, a German field hospital becomes the squad's observation post. An embittered Saunders turns even colder when an S.S. patient critically wounds one of his squad. Bauer, a German orderly in the field hospital, pleads with Saunders to allow him to take a truck to recover the plasma desperately needed by both the wounded American and the German casualties.
- Neumann is one of the squad members that is killed by the German S.S. patient.
|Get Smart (1966) (TV) - Starring as Stryker in "The Dead Spy Scrawls"|
| This classic comedy show featured the inept, underpaid, overzealous spy: Maxwell Smart, Agent 86, his boss (The Chief), and his partner and later wife (Agent 99). With high-tech gadgetry created to help Smart in his quest to keep the free world free, anything including the kitchen sink can be a phone, a tape recorder, a camera or weapon.In order to give the agents of CONTROL, a series of worthy opponents, KAOS was created. Smart and 99 battled the likes of Mr. Big, The Claw, and Siegfried.|
In this episode, CONTROL tries to find the location of a KAOS communications center, which turns out to be in a pool hall.
- Stryker is a hired hitman by KAOS that ends up getting shot at the pool hall.